Media praise for Photoshop CS4 Photographer's Handbook
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"No matter if you are new to Adobe Photoshop, or have been using it for several years, here is a great new Photoshop book that will become your #1 reference on the subject. This book does not cover every last tool in Photoshop, like some claim to do, but it does cover EVERYTHING that you will need to know to use it to the fullest."
-- , Impressions of Light
"Stephen Laskevitch took book-learning up a notch. I understood what he wrote, because he not only tells the story, but the why behind the processes. He also annotated the screenshots and did it for both Macs and PCs...No expense seems to have been spared to make this a classy, quality book you would be proud to have not only on your shelf but on your coffee table."
-- , MacCompanion, April 2009 Issue
"Overall the text is clear and concise and the dialog a narrative voice."
-- , Blogcritics Magazine
"Stephen Laskevitch's book is for me, a photographer, the most appealing of the books under review. Laskevitch's book follows the fine art tradition of the Rockynook series of books on digital photography. The layout of the nearly 8 by 10 size book is beautifully designed with sufficient space to jot notes in the margins. MyMac.com rating 4 out of 5"
-- , MyMac Magazine
"Photoshop CS4 Photographer's Handbook by Stephen Laskevitch is a great hands on instructional book that takes you beyond the program and really goes in depth from basic digital camera terms to final exporting and printing of your projects."
-- , Associated Content
"...I find Laskevitchs book invaluable for the way in which it serves as a guide to the integration of the basic pieces of software necessary for a complete photographic workflow and digital asset management system."
-- , Cook's Collaborative Edge
"...if you want a solid introduction to Digital Workflow and to make the most of the CS4 tools at your disposal and which one is the right tool for the job then Photoshop CS4 Photographer's Handbook is a good place to start."
-- , Digital Media Artists Group